Love Magazine, which gave us a lot of funny and stylish pictures with CarDelevingne, continues to delight readers and fashion lovers with a non-standard approach to photo shoots. In the new issue, nine models at once try on surreal images that are not inferior to the latest collection of the Comme des Garcons and stunning shooting for the anniversary of the Vogue editorial office in Japan. Even Johnny Dapp's Mad Hatter would love to dance a jig-jig with one of them. At least the hats of the majority are quite in line with the fashion of Wonderland and, even better, quite in the spirit of the coming autumn.
Let's say that the idea of a veil, worn not over a tok hat or a pill, or a velvet hoop, but over a knitted hat, is not new. For the past couple of years, she has been struggling to find her place in street fashion, but is still unsteady on her feet. Even for young and radical fashionistas, this idea seems too extreme. And Love Magazine offers a workaround, quite decent for normal heroes: the veil is now worn both separately and with large hats made of felt, felted wool and felt. It is enough to pin a section of the net to the brim or directly to the hair using hat pins or hairpins, or tie it in the manner of a scarf, if this does not cause you discomfort. Perhaps only a veil on a classic fedora is not the case when objects are created for each other, otherwise even a hat with earflaps and a baseball cap are suitable for experiments.
Robbie Spencer, who is responsible for the style in this shoot, generally focuses on accessories, simple things like gloves, scarves, belts, stockings and shoes that help transform familiar things into something completely new. You can have only two coats in your wardrobe and a couple of dozen little things for them, so as not to repeat yourself once a week.